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2011 Transportation Stories
Newspaper Story - A federal ban on cellphone use while driving a commercial vehicle takes effect Jan. 3
Radio Story - Both the highway patrol and one trucking company are ready to enforce a new commercial driving ban.
Radio Story - A House bill would require gas stations to post price changes a full day in advance.
Radio Story - The Missouri Capitol held a memorial service to address the importance of driving sober.
Newspaper Story - The state Capitol held a memorial service to remember victims of drunk drivers and promote sober driving.
Radio Story - The Missouri Department of Transportation proposes tolling drivers on I-70.
Radio Story - The Transportation Department's plan for an I-70 toll road comes under legislative opposition.
Radio Story - The Missouri Department of Transportation launches
Radio Story - The Missouri Department of Transportations launched a campaign promoting pedestrian safety.
Newspaper Story - Missouri Legislators disagree on whether I-70 should become a toll road.
Radio Story - MoDOT plans to bring the proposal of making Interstate 70 a toll road to the legislative session in Janurary.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers react to MODOT's proposal to put toll roads on Interstate 70.
Radio Story - Senate Leader says China Hub without sunsets will move to a conference committee.
Radio Story - After amending the bill nine times, the Missouri House overwhelmingly sends the China hub bill to the Senate.
Radio Story - Only one type of MoDOT employee remains safe amidst cuts
Radio Story - Seedhead weevils are contributing to reducing spotted knapweed along Missouri roadways.
Radio Story - The same visa program used to fund failed U.S.-China busniess venture Mamtek to be used in China Hub.
Radio Story - A group of activists at the Capitol urge lawmakers to consider China's human Rights policies in legislation
Newspaper Story - Missouri Senate leader attemped to take 300 million dollars away from tax credits for China-hub proposal.
Radio Story - After a devasting summer, a special Missouri House Committee gets updates from state departments.
Radio Story - The administration's China hub project meets skepticism at a Senate briefing.
Newspaper Story - Deaths on Missouri roadways and waterways remained constant from Labor Day Weekend 2010 to 2011.
Radio Story - The Highway Patrol saw no increase in the number of deaths during the holiday weekend from last year.
Radio Story - Fourteen lives were claimed on Missouri highways and waterways last Labor Day weekend
Radio Story - Labor Day weekend is one of the most dangerous weekends on Missouri roadways and waterways.
Newspaper Story - Missouri Senators meet to prepare for special session
Newspaper Story - Business got only part of what they wanted from the 2011 Missouri legislative session.
Radio Story - A proposed MoDOT plan will cut 19% of jobs and shut down more than 100 offices
Radio Story - MODOT plans to cut 50 million a year for the next five years.
Radio Story - Governor Nixon has proclaimed next week as Rail Safety Week in Missouri.
Radio Story - Several special plates available to Missourians
Radio Story - Missouri travelers are changing their plans as gas prices continue to rise.
Newspaper Story - The Missouri House strips Gov. Nixon of additional travel funds as they passed the 2012 budget.
Radio Story - The Missouri House strips Gov. Nixon of additional travel funds.
Radio Story - A Missouri House committee approves state tax credits for a Chinese cargo venture,
Radio Story - Missouri's House and Senate looks at two bills to expand the texting while driving ban to all drivers regardless of their age.
Radio Story - The Missouri Department of Transportation faces a dilemma as federal funding has run out for highways.
Radio Story - Missouri still hasn't gotten word from the White house on snowstorm relief dollars
Radio Story - Missouri drivers no longer have the option to take a non-English driver's test.
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers gave first-round approval to English-only driving tests in Missouri
Radio Story - Lawmakers gave first-round approval to English-only driving tests in Missouri
Newspaper Story - The governor would no longer be able to charge his travel expenses to other state agencies under new bill language introduced by the House Budget Committee Monday.
Radio Story - The House Budget Committee reviews a plan to stop the governor from shifting his travel expenses to other agencies.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's Highway Patrol urges lawmakers to let police penalize adult drivers for texting.
Radio Story - Crisis in Libya raises gas prices in Missouri
Radio Story - The Senate Jobs Committee heard a bill that would ban red light cameras.
Newspaper Story - The House Rules Committee has passed a bill requiring driver's tests be taken in English.
Radio Story - Documents obtained by KMOX indicate Gov. Jay Nixon has billed other state agencies almost $400,000 for his flights on taxpayer-funded airplanes.
Newspaper Story - House committee votes to stop administering driving tests in foreign languages.
Radio Story - MoDOT still has plenty of salt.
Radio Story - MoDot Estimates Costs and Salt Supply Levels Following Historic Winter Storm
Radio Story - Missouri cattle producers scramble to tend to livestock in the aftermath of severe snow storm.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers trapped in the Capitol by more than a foot of snow passed the time playing poker and sleeping with emergency relief blankets.
Radio Story - Missouri Highway Patrol leaders have pleaded with people to stay off the roads, but the state is giving little advice to its employees whether to come to work or stay home.
Newspaper Story - As winter weather approaches, MoDOT urges the public to stay off the roads.
Newspaper Story - Gov. Jay Nixon calls the National Guard into duty to help with expected blizzard
Radio Story - St. Louis-area Congressman Russ Carnahan speaks at a state transportation meeting.
Radio Story - House Speaker and Minority Leader restrict the Governor from charging travel on state's tab.
Radio Story - Ford says it's bringing a new vehicle to its plant near Kansas City, after state lawmakers worked overtime last year to give the company tax breaks.
Newspaper Story - The Missouri Transportation Commission imposes restrictions for automatic traffic enforcement.
Radio Story - The Missouri Department of Transportation has added restrictions to all Red Light Cameras around the state
Radio Story - Representative Tim Meadows is sponsoring House Bill which he hopes will lead to the banning of all red light cameras in Missouri.
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